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Aspartame has no effect on blood glucose levels
17 September 2014: Allegations about foods and drinks with low calorie sweeteners, published in a paper by Suez et al and based largely on experiments in mice using saccharin, ignore the large body of science which demonstrates that low calorie alternatives help people to control their weight.

A thorough review and meta-analysis published by Miller & Perez earlier this year concludes that substituting "LCS (low calorie sweetened) options for the regular calorie versions results in modest weight loss and may be a useful dietary tool to improve compliance with weight-loss and weight management plans."
Simple Calorie Swaps Still a Good Way to Manage Weight
Low-calorie sweeteners are available for consumers who wish to avoid sugar and save calories while still enjoying something sweet. Health professionals along with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010 and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics agree that sugar consumption should be reduced to save calories and to promote healthful body weights. Consumer curiosity has been peaked when some observational research suggested that low-calorie sweeteners are associated with weight gain.

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Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics: Evidence Analysis on Aspartame
American Heart Association Recommends Reduction in Sugar Intake
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